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Daikin claims lowest profile VRV air conditioning on the market

New Mini VRV IV S-series stands a 823 cm, setting new benchmark for discreet units, manufacturer claims

Daikin UK has introduced its latest addition to its VRV range – the Mini VRV IV S-series, which at 823 mm is claimed to be the shortest on the market. The compact and efficient system is suitable for residential and commercial applications and aimed at urban areas. The manufacturer says the unit can be placed behind low walls or concealed on balconies, “successfully integrating with its surroundings.”

The Mini S-series, available in 4 HP and 5 HP sizes, provides energy efficient comfort all year round, typically reducing operation costs by up to 28 per cent when compared with the previous VRV series, Daikin says.

The standard ranges of 4-6 HP units (available in either single or three phase) have also been updated from VRV III to VRV IV models. Additionally, for larger areas a new range of 8 HP, 10 HP and 12 HP three-phase units has been added.

The long piping lengths and the low profile of the unit allowing it to be fitted into tighter spaces than previously considered for an outdoor unit.

Martin Passingham, Product Manager, DX at Daikin UK, said: ““The new VRV IV S-series is perfect for built up urban areas. By having a significantly smaller footprint, lower profile and producing little noise, the new unit helps ensure compliance with Building Regulations. The VRV IV technology can be connected to air handling units, air curtains and residential indoor units to provide a complete climate control solution.”

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